DID YOU KNOW?
The term "software" was not in use until the end of the 1950s? Programming software were already in development during this time. These software were not available to the public though. That is because computer users at the time comprised of scientists and businesses. Due to this "exclusivity", they had to create and program software themselves. It seemed like a good thing since software were for specific needs and uses. The downside is that you needed some technical skill to program these software. When personal computers arrived, they became more prevalent and accessible to everyone. This was also the time when one of the earliest operating systems (OS) released. MS-DOS allowed users to run various programs on their PC without the need for any programming. IBM included this on their computers from then on. It also began selling software to consumers throughout the 1960s and 1970s.
The basic concept of software pretty much stayed the same over the years. The medium with which they were being distributed though was always changing. It started with floppy disks that gave way to CD-ROMs that then led to the development of DVDs. Nowadays, almost everyone has access to the Internet. This has made the distribution of computer software easier than ever before. The Windows OS has a robust selection of third-party software available to it. There best PC tools that help users maximize its potential. This is either to make tasks easier or make their PC hardware run better.
This driver repository is composed of a variety of drivers, including display/graphics drivers, printer drivers, scanner drivers, motherboard drivers, Bluetooth drivers, audio drivers, network drivers, and all kinds of peripheral (keyboard, mouse, USB, mobile phone and more) drivers, etc. All the drivers are WHQL certified or official, so they are 100% secure and ad-free. You could easily find the correct driver by manufacturers or device category.Software
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